Clean Tech Event


From: February 25, 2015 4:30 PM

To: February 25, 2015 7:00 PM

Publication date:

Street: NanoFab South Auditorium, 255 Fuller Road
City: Albany
State: New York
Country: USA

About the Event
The SUNY Polytechnic Institute's Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering are pleased to present the Clean Tech Event on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. This event features four clean energy-focused events rolled into one!

iCLEAN Overview and Accomplishments
Keynote Presentation
Panel Discussion: Guide to Government Grant Best Practices
Clean Tech Talk: Patent Prosecution - Looking for "Prior Art"
iCLEAN Company Elevator Pitches

NYBPC Informational Session

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iCLEAN Annual Meeting
The iCLEAN incubator was founded by the SUNY Polytechnic Institute and the Hudson Valley Center for Innovation in 2010. Funded primarily through the New York State Energy Research Development Authority and supported by the National Science Foundation, iCLEAN works with clean energy, nanotechnology, and biotechnology companies throughout New York, the Northeast, and the rest of the country. The iCLEAN Annual Meeting will introduce you to member companies and talk about the services provided and successes achieved.

Panel: Government Grant Best Practices
Does your organization struggle to receive government grants? SUNY Poly has assembled a team of experts from state and federal funding entities to talk about best practices and what can give your proposal an edge when it comes time to submit.

Clean Tech Talk: Patent Prosecution-Looking for "Prior Art"
Creating a successful business requires so much more than just a great idea. Albany Law School will lead the discussion into what constitutes prior art and how to protect your business--and yourself.

New York Business Plan Competition (NYBPC) Informational Session
The NYBPC has awarded over $1.3M in cash and prizes since its inception. Are you a college student with a great idea? Join the over 1,130 teams from across NYS that have participated in the competition since 2010. Attend this short overview of the competition and learn about the requirements, tracks and prizes for the Capital Region semifinal competition and the statewide finals.

For more information, contact Ashley Pillsbury at [email protected].

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